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Key moments so far

  • Southampton travel to take on Brighton in the Premier League at Amex Stadium (3pm BST)
  • Danso is handed his Southampton debut by the boss, Bertrand is out with an ankle issue.
  • Brighton have picked  up four points from six so far in the Premier League
  • New manager Graham Potter is looking to implement a more expansive style this season
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Two 1-0 victories last season at the Amex! Who will be our key man today now you've see the teams?

Two 1-0 victories last season at the Amex! Who will be our key man today now you've see the teams?

The results so far:

  • Jan Bednarek
    0%
  • James Ward-Prowse
    6%
  • Danny Ings
    6%
  • Kevin Danso
    10%
  • Ché Adams
    49%
  • Nathan Redmond
    29%

Ché's day? 

A first Premier League goal today for this man? With 49% of the vote in our latest fan poll, you think Ché Adams will be our key man against Brighton today.

14.46

ingsy had a very good impact in the last game, i think he came on and was a very good sub and showed immediately he was in the game. i think he was fit and i hope he can make a very good game today. ryan bertrand had a little problem with his ankle after the session yesterday.

RALPH HASENHÜTTL
southampton boss on team news
14.31

Brighton line-up confirmed

Starting XI: Ryan, Duffy, Dunk, Burn, Montoya, March, Stephens, Trossard, Propper, Andone, Maupay.
Subs: Button, Locadia, GroB, Webster, Murray, Mooy, Bernardo.

14.03

A debut for Danso!

Starting XI: Gunn, Valery, Bednarek, Danso, Vestergaard, Ward-Prowse, Romeu, Højbjerg (c), Redmond, Ings, Adams.

Subs: McCarthy, Yoshida, Cédric, Armstrong, Boufal, Djenepo, Obafemi.

14.00

The Saints have arrived! 📸

Our photographer was there to capture the player arrivals at Amex Stadium, as we edge closer to kick-off. 

13.46

It was Ricardo Fuller and Richard Chaplow!

We asked who got the goals in our victory over Brighton back in April 2006, and 45% of you got it correct! It was of course, Ricardo Fuller and Richard Chaplow. 

13.36

3️⃣0️⃣ minutes until the team news!

We'll bring you the team news at 2pm BST!  Who makes your Saints starting line-up today against Brighton? 

13.28

Match Pack: Brighton vs Saints

Take a look through our Match Pack to get clued up on Brighton, as we build-up to kick-off here at Amex Stadium.

13.07

Last time out at Brighton...😇

Watch back the 90-second highlights from Saints' last visit to Amex Stadium, where Pierre-Emile Højbjerg's strike earned a vital three points.

12.23
VOTE NOW
In April 2006, Saints won 2-0 at Brighton...but can you remember who got the goals that day?

In April 2006, Saints won 2-0 at Brighton...but can you remember who got the goals that day?

The results so far:

  • Ricardo Fuller and Richard Chaplow
    45%
  • David McGoldrick and Grzegorz Rasiak 
    45%
  • Jermaine Wright and Ricardo Fuller
    0%
  • Martin Cranie and Djamel Belmadi
    9%

i think it will be our toughest game so far this weekend because of how southampton are and how they play. i've been really impressed with what they've done and what they bring.

graham potter
brighton boss
11.51

Get the thoughts of the boss!

We caught up with Ralph Hasenhüttl at Staplewood earlier this week to preview today's meeting with Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League.

10.27

Welcome to Saints, Richard Kitzbichler! 😇

Yesterday we brought you the news that  45-year-old Austrian Richard Kitzbichler has been appointed as First Team Assistant Coach and will also work as Opposition Analyst, following two years with  Beijing Sinobo Guoan and an extensive spell with Red Bull Salzburg. Read more here

09.49
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09.36

BACK ON THE ROAD! 😇

It's matchday again in the Premier League as Ralph Hasenhüttl's men travel to face Brighton. Saints were twice victorious at Amex Stadium last season, and will look to pick up their first points of the 2019/20 campaign, after an encouraging display against Liverpool. The hosts have picked up four points from six so far under new manager Graham Potter.

09.36

Brighton and Hove Albion

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Mat Ryan (GK)
33
Dan Burn
5
Lewis Dunk (C)
4
Shane Duffy
6
Dale Stephens
24
Davy Pröpper
20
Solly March
22
Martín Montoya
11
Leandro Trossard
7
Neal Maupay
10
Florin Andone
18
Aaron Mooy
30
Bernardo
17
Glenn Murray
9
Jürgen Locadia
13
Pascal Groß
15
Adam Webster
27
David Button

Southampton

28
Angus Gunn (GK)
38
Kevin Danso
35
Jan Bednarek
4
Jannik Vestergaard
14
Oriol Romeu
23
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (C)
16
James Ward-Prowse
43
Yan Valery
9
Danny Ings
10
Che Adams
22
Nathan Redmond
17
Stuart Armstrong
1
Alex McCarthy
20
Michael Obafemi
19
Sofiane Boufal
12
Moussa Djenepo
3
Maya Yoshida
2
Cédric Soares

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Match Stats

Southampton
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    50
  • Shots
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    0
  • Shots on target
    0
    0
  • Corners
    0
    0
  • Passes Complete
    0
    0

Top players

  • Goals

    0
  • Shots On Target

    0
  • Chances Created

    0
  • Passes Completed

    0
  • Tackles

    0
  • Clearances

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  • Saves

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League Form

Southampton
  • 2

    Played

    2
  • 1

    Won

    0
  • 1

    Drawn

    0
  • 0

    Lost

    2
  • 4

    Goals for

    1
  • 1

    Goals against

    5
  • 4

    Points

    0
  • 5

    Position

    19

Live table

Pos Team GD Pts
1 Liverpool 4 6
2 Arsenal 2 6
3 Manchester City 5 4
4 Manchester United 4 4
5 Brighton and Hove Albion 3 4
6 Tottenham Hotspur 2 4
7 Bournemouth 1 4
8 Sheffield United 1 4
9 Everton -1 4
10 Chelsea -3 4
11 Burnley 2 3
12 Aston Villa -1 3
13 Norwich City -2 3
14 Leicester City 0 2
15 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 2
16 Crystal Palace -1 1
17 West Ham United -5 1
18 Newcastle United -3 0
19 Southampton -4 0
20 Watford -4 0